Delaware Republican primary, 2008
Results by county.
▇ John McCain
|Elections in Delaware|
The Delaware Republican primary, 2008 was held on February 5 (Super Tuesday). A total of 18 delegates were selected. The Delaware Republican Party rallied behind John McCain, and was the declared winner of the primary election after successfully taking all three Delaware counties. McCain was followed by Mitt Romney in second and then by Mike Huckabee in third.
*Candidate withdrew before primary
McCain was the expected favorite in the 2008 primary among the Republican candidates; his campaign was led by Delaware's only House representative, Rep. Michael N. Castle.
In Delaware, 27,412 of the 102, 455 registered Republicans voted in the election, resulting in a 26.76 percent turn-out rate.
Winners of Previous Primaries
- "Election Center 2008: Primary Results for Delaware". CNN. Retrieved 2008-02-05.
- "RESULTS: Delaware". CNN. 2008-02-02. Retrieved 2008-02-02.
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